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  RosCo And The Heads

RECTIFIER (2006) Ken Puma-Drums, Percussion  Ross'RosCo'Chronister-Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Backing Vocals, Keyboards

Engineered by Ken Puma and Ross'RosCo'Chronister Recorded at Cemetery Road Studios and The Blue House Hartshorne, OK November 2005 thru May 2006

1. Slave (R. Chronister)

2. Whiskey Children (R. Chronister)

3. Be This Way (R. Chronister)

4. Back To Tulsa (R. Chronister)

5. Thank God For Angels (R. Chronister)

6. Okie Dokie Okie (R. Chronister)

7. Death By Cliché (R. Chronister)

8. You Know (R. Chronister)

9. Cherokee Magic Boy (R. Chronister)

10. So Cold In The City (R. Chronister)

11. Rectifier Blues (R. Chronister)

NOTES: Uncle RosCo and his tenth CD release finds our hero stretching out farther and farther musically from the ballad 'Thank God For Angels' ( for Mom) to the heavy 'Slave.' Ken Puma once again does a bang up job on the drums and engineers his own percussion following RosCo's direction. The two differ in opinion on one slight detail; Ross prefers no reverb while Kenny would like to be the Detroit version of Phil Spector! Nevertheless, the album is a good one, for home recording and no budget and the duo cannot wait to record the next one! It should also be noted that 'Rectifier Blues' is a 'hidden' track not listed on the CD sleeve.   

 

 

RosCo

4 BLUES (2005) Ross'RosCo'Chronister-Acoustic Guitar, Vocals

PRODUCED AND ENGINEERED BY ROSS'ROSCO'CHRONISTER

1. Mama Bear Blues (R. Chronister)

2. Fourteen Ghosts (R. Chronister)

3. The Blues They Just All Right By Me (R. Chronister

4. Fatal Plain (R. Chronister)

NOTES: DJ John Peters of local Rock 105-FM celebrated his fifth year anniversary of The Boogie Down Blues Show in April 2005. John is the ONLY radio personality that promotes local music in southeastern Oklahoma, and many artists and musicians have been able to have an outlet because of his devotion to real music and real people. John has bugged me for years to give him an acoustic blues album, so I dug up some songs leftover from the Blak Kat Bone days, and recorded them live with my battered flat top 'Gertrude' around a mic set up in the kitchen of The Blue House. I am not a Blues Man, but I respect and appreciate tradition and feel blessed to be able to sing a little blues every now and then. 

 

RosCo And The Heads

OKIE LAND (2005) Ken Puma-Drums, Percussion  Ross'RosCo'Chronister-Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Backing Vocals, Keyboards

Engineered by Ken Puma and Ross'RosCo'Chronister Recorded at Cemetery Road Studios and The Blue House Hartshorne, OK January thru March 2005

1. Real (R. Chronister)

2. She She Devil (with Aaron Lalli) (R. Chronister)

3. Semi Good Boy (R. Chronister)

4. Consumption (R. Chronister)

5. Lonely Nights (R. Chronister)

6. Another Lonely Night (R. Chronister) 

7. I Used To Dream (R. Chronister)

8. One Track Mind (R. Goodell/K. Puma)

9. Door To Heaven (R. Chronister)

10. Something That Will Last (R. Chronister)

NOTES: With Ken Puma engineering his own drums, things have never sounded better in RosCo World. Basic tracks were recorded live at Cemetery Road Studios, the new practice pad and hall of debauchery per RosCo And The Heads, then mixed to CD and vocals and final touches added at The Blue House. This, I hope, is a new and better chapter for my attempts at world domination with a variety of songs, excellent drumming and drum sounds, and painless recording technique. Track two features some blazing lead guitar with our old pal Aaron Lalli and track eight is one written by Ken Puma and one of his old Detroit buddies.

 

 

RosCo And The Heads

LIVE RESIN (2004) Steven Ford-Bass, Backing Vocals Kenny Puma-Drums, Percussion Ross'RosCo'Chronister-Guitar, Vocals

RECORDED BY MAY SOUND LIVE AT MID SUMMER THUNDER JULY 31, 2004 EUFAULA, OK

1. Drive My Car (Lennon/McCartney)

2. Blues Before Sunrise (Leroy Carr)

3. You Can't Do That (Lennon/McCartney)

4. Tush (Beard/Gibbons/Hill) 

5. The Sky Is Crying (James/Levy/Lewis)

6. Crazy Train (Rhoads/Osbourne)

7. Wonderwall (Galagher)

8. Let Me (R. Chronister)

9. Come Together (Lennon/McCartney)

10. Resin Head Boogie (R. Chronister)

NOTES: Featuring the debut of Detroit raised Kenny Puma on drums, Live Resin is raw, live, and a good statement of Resin Heads circa 2004. With the band celebrating its umpteenth year of failure, but also a whole lot of fun, this CD of mainly covers shows a band having a blast at eleven o'clock in the morning, the first of two performances for the day. Being unaware that the show was being recorded, the band was pleasantly surprised to find that they suddenly had a demo CD, recorded by Oklahoma City based May Sound. Thanks guys!

OUT OF PRINT CDs

Latimer County Line (2003)

Left Of Center (2002)

Live At The Ice House (2001)

Delta Tributary (2000)

Red Dirt Turff (1999)

CDs AND T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE LOCALLY AT

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522 West Carl Albert Parkway

McAlester,OK 74501

(918) 423-7077

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